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Qualcomm Launches $15B Buyback Plan; Stocks Fall Sharply on Wall Street
Corporate share buybacks are back in vogue on Wall Street.
Consumer Prices Fall 0.4% in December
Okay. It's Friday January 16 the markets in New York are open because of its morning. It's four tenths of a percent doesn't look very big because that is the drop in US consumer prices for the month of December. It is though the biggest drop in inflation in six years of this accord US Labor
November Jobs Blowout, 321K Jobs Added
Okay. It is Friday December 5 the markets and New York RON and a big number this morning 321000. Well that's a huge number of jobs added the economy in November blowing past estimates of 235000 than economists were looking for. Now November's figure it's the biggest monthly jobs gain since January
China Cuts Benchmark Rate to 5.6% in Surprise Move
Okay. It's Friday November 21 the markets and air opener big number this morning five point 6%. In a surprise move China cut its benchmark interest rate to five point 6% from 6%. Of course China the world's second largest economy try to jump start its stalling growth and with that move those stocks
Japan Dips Back Into Recession
Okay. It's Monday November 17 the markets in New York open at a rate ever this morning negative one point 6%. Tree on Japan's third quarter GDP. With two straight quarters of declining growth the world's third largest economy is now officially in recession. Throwing in doubt all the stimulative
Wall Street Expecting Republican Gains In 2014 Midterms
Okay. It's Monday November 3 markets of Europe are open and our big number this morning. He's six because on Wall Street today investors keeping a close tomorrow's the term elections. Six the number of seats Republicans need. All to take control of the senate. Over when I'm down Cutler in New York
Wall Street Hot Streak May Not Continue
You lose. It's Wednesday October 29 markets in New York are open and our big number this morning as 188. That is how much the Dow shot up yesterday. Ending the rally at just over 17100. Points you're looking at a live picture of the New York Stock Exchange. Week ago worried investors sent the Dow
Twitter (TWTR) Stock Tumbles, Despite Soaring Revenues
Morning Money Memo: Twitter is growing in global popularity, but not enough for skittish investors. The social media and mobile messaging company’s shares plunged more than 11 percent despite a jump in third-quarter revenue that more than doubled from last year. At least three Wall...
Janet Yellin Discusses Policy Meeting at 1st Press Conference
The chair of the Federal Reserve says the committee will no longer tie its decision on short-term interest rates to the unemployment rate.
Federal Reserve Announces Reduction in Bond Buying Program
Ben Bernanke lays out a plan to gradually reduce the program over the upcoming year.